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Long-Distance Runner Was 'Indomitable Seeker'

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Long-distance runner Micah True's body was found in a remote, rugged area near the Gila Wilderness in New Mexico on Saturday. He had been missing for four days after heading out for a morning jog. True is perhaps best known by his nickname "the white horse," in Christopher McDougall's 2009 nonfiction bestseller, Born to Run. Audie Cornish has more.
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